Photos, travel stories, reportage and random stuff from New Zealand and around the world by Peter de Graaf
In the bush west of Kerikeri, a small town in northern New Zealand, a Korean spiritual leader says he is building a global headquarters for an organisation of 100 million members.
Hikers’ haven American Samoa is home to the only US national park in the Southern Hemisphere.
Your long-haul flight is touching down in Dubai and you want to make a stopover of it – but do you stay in the United Arab Emirates or head to nearby Oman? Here’s my verdict.
Seventy-five years after being conscripted into the Dutch East Army during World War II, a Northland man’s service – and his ordeal on the notorious Burma railroad – has finally been recognised.
Joseph Stalin is alive and well in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia.
One of my favourite experiences during my last visit to Romania involved a chance encounter with a shepherd, a pack of singing sheepdogs and a 19th-century-style road crash involving a horse-drawn cart.